Bruckner, Budapest Festival Orchestra - Ivan Fischer - Symphony No. 7 FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Symphony No. 7
FLAC version ZIP size: 1539 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1425 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1823 mb
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Album · 2014 · 4 Songs. Symphony No. 7 in E Major: IV. Finale, Bewegt, doch nicht schnell. Released: May 5, 2014. 2014 Channel Classics. More By Budapest Festival Orchestra.
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TRACKLIST: Symphony n. in E major (1884) 01. I. Allegro moderato (18:40) 02. II.
Iván Fischer and his Budapest Festival Orchestra force you to break with habit. Dedicated to Wagner's patron, Ludwig II of Bavaria, it exists in countless famous recordings, some nearly 10 minutes longer than Fischer's. The Adagio is marked "very solemnly and very slowly". Fischer skims over the "very", increasing the pace and, in this clear, detailed performance, bringing a glowing transparency to the work. The sound quality is superb. It won't be to all tastes.
Symphony No. 2 in C Minor "Resurrection": V. In Tempo des Scherzos wild herausfahrend. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Felicity Lott, Helen Watts, Harold Farberman, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Harold Farberman, Brighton Festival Choru. Mahler: Symphony No. 8 in E-Flat Major - "Symphony of a Thousand", Pt. 2 - "Blicket auf zum Retterblick". William Cochran, Amsterdam Toonkunst Choir, Children's Choirs of St. Willibrord's and S. ius X Churches, De Stem Des Volks, Collegium Musicum Amstelo.
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Iván Fischer. Right from the opening pp tremolando you can tell that as an interpretation this is going to be something off the beaten track - Gramophone Magazine, August 2014 Mor. elease Date: 23rd Jun 2014. Presto Recording of the Week. Presto Recordings of the Year. This Symphony brought the composer's breakthrough in 1885, and until today it has remained the most frequently performed of Bruckner's nine symphonies.
As Iván Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra progress through the symphonies of Johannes Brahms, one album at a time, the makings of a box set are becoming apparent. Not only has Fischer covered the First, Second, and now the Fourth, but the filler pieces have included the Variations on a Theme of Haydn, the Tragic Overture, the Academic Festival Overture, and assorted Hungarian Dances, giving this series the required selections for a deluxe reissue.
|1||Symphony no. 7 - Allegro moderato||18:41|
|2||Symphony no. 7 - Adagio||18:37|
|3||Symphony no. 7 - Scherzo||9:03|
|4||Symphony no. 7 - Finale||10:22|
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Recording Engineer / Mastering:
Hein Dekker, Jared Sacks
Microphones: Bruel & Kjaer 4006, Schoeps
Digital Converters: DSD Super Grimm DSD
Speakers: Audiolab, Holland
Software: Pyramix Editing, Merging Technologies
Mixing Board: Rens Heijnis, custom design
Mastering Room: B+W 803d series speakers, Classe 5200 Amplifier
Cables: Van den Hul